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This weekend I was trying to get a screen capture and installed a bunch of 3rd party apps. Ever since then all of my captured videos have been playing upside down in media player.


I guess some codec got messed up...


Does anyone know how to fix this?
 

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Get one of those rotatable screens and flip it upside down when needed.


Reformat your drive and re-install Windows.


Actually, I'm not much help, hopefully someone else will come along :)
 

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There was a bug with... oh man I can't remember what the codec/application was. Maybe a search of the forums at doom9.org will be a better place to search. I know I've read about something very much like this.


My favorite tool for screen captures.... Howie's QuickScreen Capture
 

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Ok, I don't know what I did, but it is workig... I uninstalled just about every thing I could including codecs, one wouldn't come out of uninistall, so I reinstalled then uninstalled it... rebooted a bunch of times, now it works, except it seems very choppy... almost like it isn't hardware acceleration....



Any advice?
 

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is there a way to see what codec media player is using or a way to get rid of all of them and start from scratch? I checked my video settings and they look fine, and even installed the newest drivers... still coppy...
 

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just did a search and getting that gspot program... I'll post what i find
hmmmm, a g-spot program, that sounds...... intriguing :D
 

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Okay, move along, nothing to see here.... :)
 

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just did a search and getting that gspot program... I'll post what i find
Any screenshots? ;)
 

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yea yea... I knew I would get that kind of responce. That program (g-smomething :) ) told me what codec it was using... It was one that was installed w/ premiere so I uninstalled that... then it used the old one which was some old powerdvd one and it was upside down again... I installed a new powerdvd one and I'm back in business...
 

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I saw this when I first added the Elcard Player, it made the WinXP Media player play things upside down. I later added more stuff like Dr Divx over the holidays, and now everything works fine again..
 

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doppler, can you tell me what's going on here?


The app says that the audio strea (0xC0 which is correct for audio stream) is an unknown audio stream. That's strange, that all the audio information is wrong.


This was a standard replayTV mpeg with audio MPEG1 - Layer II 48k (I thought 224kbps, but I'm trying to just my brain and not look it up.)
 
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